Fewer business school graduates report landing jobs this year, and it appears that employers are continuing to scale back bonuses and other incentives.
A recent alumni poll by the Graduate Management Admission Council said that 90 percent of the class of 2013, which includes both U.S. and international students in full-time programs, has been successful on the job hunt. That's 2 percent less than last year.
"The 90 percent is showing more of a global picture," said GMAC Director Gregg Schoenfeld, who helped lead the survey. "What we see among U.S. citizens is 95 percent of them were employed. The European numbers brought the figure down a bit."